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Coral Snake Bite Paralyzes Choctaw County Man
A Choctaw County man was paralyzed and left fighting for his life in a Mississippi hospital after being bitten by a coral snake in his front yard in Gilbertown.

Coral snakes have the most toxic venom of any North American snake, but bites are almost unheard of because of the snake’s rarity and its inability to strike like other poisonous snakes. The coral snake has no fangs, and snake experts say it almost has to be held and has to chew to inject venom.

Reports say Jeffrey Phillips was bitten after his...

An Oneonta man’s 80-lb. blue catfish has been certified as a line-class world record by the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of...

On Feb. 10 the Talladega and Clay County chapters of the Alabama Dog Hunters Association (ADHA) came together to clean up some of our public...

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Cougars On The Move
Legendary blood-curdling screams in the night punctuated the wilderness long ago. Early settlers knew that the night screeches came not from marauding mythical beasts but real toothy creatures that could easily kill them. Pioneers had good reasons to...

86 And Chasing Gobblers
If the FBI were to develop a profile of the average Alabama turkey hunter, it wouldn’t be anywhere close on Jim Daniel.

First of all, turkey hunting is typically not a game for those in their 80s. It requires stamina. Long walks...

Weiss Bass Get Back To Eating
As I slid my vessel into the fertile waters of Weiss Lake, my mind drifted back to 1985 and a time when life was simpler and youthful ignorance was bliss. My first boat was a gift from my father for an honor roll school year that both he and I knew...

AON's Tracking Dogs & Deer Coolers Lists
Here's AON's 2017 Dial-a-Tracking Dog and Deer Coolers lists. Some folks have dropped off the lists this year, but there are some new faces, as well. If you have a deer down, these lists should provide everything you need to find it and get it to a cooler for storage or processing.

To add a dog or processor to either list, call AON at (800) 438-4663.
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